Who wants to hear some new music? Whether it’s K-Pop, hip hop or R&B, there’s certainly plenty of choice. However, you don’t necessarily want to listen to only one type of music all day. What if I told you there was something else out there that would change your life? Something that would turn you into a real pop culture addict? Well, here’s where it comes in.
Pop Culture Craze
The term “pop culture” is often used to refer to the media sources that influence our daily lives. In music however, that term has another meaning: It can also be used to describe any genre. When we talk about popular music today, that usually means the kind that online baccarat players like listening to on their phones and computers;
1. Tate McRae
Tate McRae plays an instrument called a double bass. He is actually quite famous for his unique style of playing this instrument. If you want a good reason why he should be famous, just take a look at how many songs have been made with his name in the title.
2. Tove Lo
She came up as part of the Swedish duo known as “the princesses.” Her debut album “Lady Wood” sold over 10 million copies worldwide. Since then she has gone solo and her second single “Habits (Stay High)” debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
3. Troye Sivan
He is most likely most well-known for his hit single ‘Bloom’ featuring Benny Blanco. This song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart and reached number two in the UK!
BTS is the largest boy band in the world by sales and subscribers. Based out of Seoul, South Korea, this all-male group consists of seven members – V, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, Suga, J-Hope and RM. Their popularity grew rapidly after releasing their first EP Love Yourself: Answer in 2014…
Older pop culture artists influenced so much, from general clothing and fashion sense to entire themes in online casinos Australia and video games. With time, the acts above may yet reach that same level, but they will definitely become huge names in the history books.